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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

Tivoli Theatre. General Manager . ? . . . . Mr. John C. Leete. THE HARRY RICK&RD3 OTFOLI VAUDEVILLE AND SPECIALTY COY. Presenting Every Evening' ' A MAGNIFICENT PEOGBAMME OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST NOVELTIES. Headed by ANOTHER EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION, Direct from the Continent of Europe, BURNETTI, The Original Quick Change Character WnciMan Prices— 3/, 2/, 1/. Booking Fee «nd Early Doors 6d. extra. Plan at MnrshaHs' and Dnhsf s. ? Business Manager, M. MARCUS. West's Pictures HDJDLEY STREET. Proprietors ? West's Pictures, Limited. Managing Direction ? T. 3. West. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. WESTS ALL-Star Programme of Film Novelties. NOTHING BETTER ANYWHERE. Every Item of the very best standard, headed bj THE IRREPRESSIBLE MAWTSELL.E NITOUCHE, A 'Whole Show in herself. Musical Accompaniments by De Groen's VICEREGAL ORCHESTRA. West's Prices-«d.. If, and 2/. Children Half price to 2/ and 1/ seals. Bookies Office, Dubst to Biren'i.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SALES OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

SALES OF LAND. Messrs. 'Saunder? It Ashby, '101 Kins1 William street, Adelaide, sole agents for the undermen tioned estates, report having sold as under since their last report:— Eden Hills.— Lots 1«, £105; 163, 164, £110; 20, £1S; 142, £78 15/; 218, £68; part section 939, £100; 143, £100; 197, £90; part lot 140, £68; lots 316 and 225, £163: part lot 119, £70; part lots 98 and 99, £60; lot 239, £45; part lot 223, £30; part lot 303, £105; lot 211, £13; lot 210, £50; lot 126, £100. Black Forest Estate.— Recent sales in this estate, £1,700 15/:— South road— Lots 17 at 23/. per ft.; lots 3, 4, 9, 10, and 16, at 24/ per ft.; lots, 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 11, at 23/ per ft.; lots 12, 13, 14, and 15, at' 22/ per ft.; lots 18, 19, 20, 21, 2±, 25. and 31, at 21/ per ft.; lot 30, at 20 per ft. Addison road-^-Lots 39, 40, 42. 43, 6S, 69, and 70, at 15/ per ft.: lots 44, 45, 46. 47, 48, and 76, at 14/ per ft.: lots 49. 77, and 75, at 13/ per ft.; lots 63, 61, 65, and 66, at 11/ per ft. Bvron road...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

M EVERYWOMAN.' Special Matinee, MONDAY NEXT, at 2. -PRINCE OF WALES'S BIRTHDAY.) Theatre Royal. A GREAT DRAMATIC SPECTACLE. FOR A LIMITED SEASOV MB. J. C. WILLIAMSON (as pleasure in announcing the First Appearance once her remarkably successful career in Ame rica, where she has 'starred' in the most im portant roUs in the Leading Theatres of the principal cities, of the young Australian Actress MISS HILDA SPONG, supported by the Eminent Young American Actor MR. WILLIAM DESMOND, SPECIALLY CHOSEN COMPANY. In the latj Walter Browne's Magnificent Specta cular Drama and Modem Moralitv Plav M EVERYWOMAN.' One of the Most Fascinating and Superb Pro ductions Mr. J. C. Williamson has ever placed before the Australian Public. Prices oiid Plans as usual. TOWN HALL, ADELAIDE. (BANQUETING HALE). THURSDAY AFTERNOOX, JUNE 27, 1912. CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT, (Second of Series) by WILLIAM SILVER and EUGENE ALDERMAS. Reserved Seats, 2/6. Boiplao and Tickets at Allan's. ? A- J. CHAPMAN, Manager.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

POYNTON AND CLAXTOH. Telephone ' 389. LICENSED LAND BROKERS. GOOD RAINFALL, Fauns, Improved and Unimproved, from 500 acres to 6,000 seres. EAST TWKM8 MOTOR TO INSPECT. Also, ? ? - ? ? * ? STOCK, SHARE, AND KfTESTMEST BROKERS (Member of the Stock ^Exchange of Adelaide). Write -for ? Catalogue. REGISTER BDILDINGS, Greofen street, Adelaide. nsl32c

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THE BLACK FOREST ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

THE BLACK FOREST ESTATE. This estate, which has just been open ed to the public, fills a Iong-espressed want comprising country conditions, quick access to the city, the cheapest of fares, and a magnificent' timetable. Altogether it is one of the most attractive suburban townships laid out for a long time. It is situated on the South road, close to the Black- Forest Station, with' -an unrivalled train service, 70 trains daily, .'fares a- paltry 1/2 per week. Allotments 175 ft. deep fionx 12/ per -ft. upwards. - This township combines' the 'advantages of rich alluvial soil, 'open forest country, and all the conveniences of the quickest access- to the city. These, allotments are selling rapidly, as is only natural, taking into consideration the many - advantages obtained by purchasing a block in this estate. Exceptionally easy terms of payments can be arranged, with the. sole agents, Messrs. Saundcrs- it Ashby, 101 King William street, early rs possible. One of their salesmen will be ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

H. SMITH, Nelson Street, City. KEAB OO^PEEATTTE STOPS. Buys Brass, Copper, LeaaV_ 23»c» Type MetaL Pewter. Cast Iron, I**d Cross,— Oil OiomsTam Casks, also Cotton Bags. lUgbtifTrices Givea Cash on delivery. lietxeu promptly atteaded to eioKsa A. DeLANY, , -; GBESBAM HOTEL, 1 Corner of King William street -aaTlttca terrace (opposite GewnmienlrBpnSL v JtABtfF 10/ PSBHA3. T SpedaJJy adapted^ for aHen^taM T^rttn Ooae proximily to BaJhnj- 6t«aQ). 3m

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUTUAL HELP—QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

MUTUAL HEJ^PMIUES TIONS AND ANSWERS. W. Jacobs writes:— 'Just a line to ten der n^r appreciation of jour splendid paper 'iiiy '^S$S1? ^ *X' niticn ^^n-¥iw^ jranur SuiHijph&ni fial&Btife Oohmm,- and tiunK.it is th&iheBt^l have seen- in this State, and your -valuable- notes should .prove ..-very helpful to the amateur gardener. Will you please tell me if Ceteriac (Tornip rooted celery) can be transplanted, or must the seeds be sown in permanent rows and the plants afterwards -t'frT?«4 out?' Answer:— Thanks for your appreaataon. Celeriac or turnip-rooted celery is best sown in a seedbed or box and transplanted -feto a jprepared bed when they have four or «ix feavep j^here should be nine inches between the plants, and the rows a loot - oi fifteten inclies apart: ' - ''A Subscriber,' , Prospect, writes*— *T am 'mBon .snterimted 'in .ybnr ^ponltFir notes, and j would fee glad 'to be' enrolled in the proposed breeders' .'class.;- Would ysou fi«» ravonr me «ith tbe.d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Owing to the pressure on our adver tising columns if will be necessary to send all advertisements intended for insertion in 'THE Mail,' particularly those re quiring special positions, into the office not later than 10 a-m. Friday of each week. Only Public Notices will be taken on Friday afternoon or Saturday.

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NEW OFFERINGS AT THE THEATRES. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

NEW OFFERINGS AT THE THEATRES. TfTEATRE ROYAL. 'Evcrywoman,' the great morality play, was produced at the fioyal to-night. A critique of this evening's production is to be found in our third section, TIVOLI THEATRE. A second look at the luminaries gracing the Eickardian stage at the Tivoli Theatre does net alter our opinion of the Keeleys one whit. Their act is full of surprises, surprises cf the right Mud. Their ball punching is done with remarkable preci sion and skill, while their fooling ia ad mirable. Nothing funnier than their ludicrous burlesque of the JohnsonJeff ries fight has been witnessed at the Ti voli for years. The other pair of bro thers—the Webbs— have a. neat act in vhioh comedy is judiciously blended with music. The brothers Webb shine bright ly in both departments, and when they are not making the big audience imagine they are in church by remarkable playing on accordeons they have them in tears, caused by laughter, with their quaint antics. Carlton Max can throw...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR BILL BOARD. Shows to See. Everywhere. THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

, . OUR . . BILL BOARD. Sbowa to See Everywhere. THEATRE ROYAL. Every Evening at 8, with a Matinee Monday at 2 o'clock. J. C. William son presents 'Everywoman,' the great morality play. TIVOLI THEATRE. Every evening »t 8; Matinee next Monday, at iSO. Vaudeville par ex cellence, including the Keeley Brothers, champion ball puncher:: and the Webb Brothers, mBEic&l downs. KING'S THEATRE. Every evening, »t 8; Matinee next Monday, at 2.30. Big bill of vaude ville, featuring English, Continental, and Australian artistes. TOWN HALL. Every evening, *t 8; Matinee next Monday, at 2.30. Interesting se lection of Wondergraph Pictures, in cluding 'The Cry of the Children.' WESTS OLYMPIA. Every evening, at 8; Matinee next Monday, at 2.30. .West's pie-eminent and incomparable pictures and De Groen's Viceregal Orchestra. Headliner, Mam'zelle Nitouche. ^EMPIRE THEATRE. Every evening, at S; Matinee next Monday, at 2.30. . Fleuut ibcAo plays of infinite variety. EXHIBITION. Nightly, at 8; Holi...

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SILVER WYANDOTTE COCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

SILVER .WYANDOTiB OCXS. ; Winner of Challenge Cup, Gold MedaL .and Special Alexandra - Paboej ' Firsta -Dairy, Kenda], and'' Bjrniin^»m. - lflQi - First at. the Roy*V : - Tunbridge ? ' V-'ells. Beading, Bodnrin; 'itotil,* ana '19 othee firsts atad specials, ipffiT AJso sire o£ Cav Krst; and Second CockerrJs Eoyal Xancashire. .'.'?'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

The !fHk Most . B^B PERFECT 'S^B SANITARY M^^ . PAH JHjI The ideal invention for priS^j^BHra| hotels, schools, and public t^H^nH^KBgl connected with a direct sewadHHER^^M ? '?' No Water TeqwceasM&SEBSSImmSm Price complete - £A IQs. - Write tc-day for descriptive Booklet, ? ? v - Posted on application. I ?'* vvPERFJSCT SASi3CAB3T2AK OO. i: 39 PmasmY STWXT. AVEUUDC Kindly mention ttiB paper when «cdanaa- ?? — . ? i aisst

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A NEW SUBURB. At Glenelg. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

A NEI# SOBUIHBL At Glenefe. . Glerielg is undoubtedly tie most.popu- ' !ar seaside suburb; According jtp »/**? ; cent statement by a councillor for --that , municipality more houses are being erect- \ ex) in this district 'in proportion to its' population than in ' any joiber suburb around' Adelaide. ' Hehnsdale, *»*«**;« f«w months ago ' was known ' as oandi- , son's paddocks, is growing apace. Several houses of modern design, are new tteins erected. We notice the Helmsdale .;qni d'eate, 'which commenced building 'opera tions only -our weeks ago in EMfcrternice, ^^TYicHaig; hare put in the cemtnt iwm dations of the fourth house. Bie.w penters arc busy on the roof -£? fl» fin* house. . ' .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

BKST BY TEST Pen fold's Wines 1_ — - ?-? ? ? rar*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

^^TerraCotfcal | IpOOFINCJ I Marseilles ^IIMI'r^ [ p i | Roofing Tiles. J I ' ^ ? ?...??? , . -? | | Picturesque, Weatherproof | I . and Inexpensive. | 1 That pleasing: colour of the | Marseilles Tile is permanent I — it goes right through the I | tile—therefore there are no I I annoying bills for periodical ! I painting:. j | They easily outlast the life of any | | house, need no repairs, are guaranteed | | weatherproof, reduce the summer | | : temperature of the dwelling by about | |t 150, and in fact make an ideal roof | \\ for semi-tropical climates. I I Write to us for estimates and full particulars. | MMfe 1*1 ' I IM«^fcM..;.m.«uiMp1^..| The New and Popular Residential Suburb. Near Port Adelaide. Only a few months ago KELMSCOTT war just a mere expanse of vacant land— now it is fast becoming a pleasant residential district: in fact, THE popular residential Suburb of the Port. ALREADY 90 PLOTS HAVE BEEN SOLD. Several Houses have been erected, and others ' are in- course of const...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

SEDNA AND SMILE AGAIN. Agents— SEPPELTS.

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OIL CONCRETE ROADS. A Waterproof Mixture. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

OIL CONCRETE ROADS. A Waterproof Mixture. An important feature of the investiga tions conducted by the office of public reads in the United States' Department of Agriculture is. .the discovery:' and' de VfloDmeht bv Mr. L. W. Page, director of that office, of the .preparation and uses of a combination of' oil and cement concrete. Cement concrete has not only become a universal structural material, but its use in. road building'and all -forms of engineering construction [is increasing lapidly. ? . ' . The principal objection, to the ordin ary cement concrete lies in the fact -that it is extremely porous ' ' and absorbs water. In the eonree of experiments Mr. Page discovered that it was possible to tuingle oils -with -wet cement. The mix ing presents no difficulties whatever^ and fJ:e advantages of the new m&ieiia1 are that it is much more dense than ordin ary concrete and is entirely waterproof, virile it develops . an ultimate strength about equal to the ordinary concrete mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

fflENDEES will be Reared by the BnflfDBgned X until noon of TUESDAY. 2«h n^-tor ALTERATIONS to JfESBOVBIXSXS HOTEL, Grote street. ' ' ' ?-. Plans and -Epctaficatiaiis at my Office. ALFRED WELLS..F.S.A.I.A., Architect. Brookman's Building, Grenfell street. ?

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MOVING INTO NEW HOMES. Activity at Toorak. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

3MOWNG INTO NEW HOMES. Activity at Toorak. Toorak is stiJLinEreasing--sn- favour: with tl-.ose in search of a high-class locality sear the city, in -which to mate their home. Messrs! Jackman & Treloar re nort having recently sold allotment. 13, Giles street, to Mr. W. T. Matthew, and lots 32 and 41, Watson avenut, ? to Mrs. J. P. Stevens and Mr..W. Bennett re tpectively, who contemplate buiidmg at an early date.' . Eleven Houses ate at' pre sent in course of constructiou, including those of Mr. E. H. McMichael, Edgar Tre loar, Norman. Catt, and W- E. Brice. Mr. and Mrs. G. Matthew have this week moved into their lovely new borne in Alexandra avenue. Miss Hallctt and Mr. W. B. Glyde have both built pretty homes on Portrush road.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 22 June 1912

' FINE OLD SCOTCH -::r r, . . Agents— SEPPELTSr ? ''' -sl32c

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